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May 2020: We are still serving retreatants in a limited capacity to allow for time and cleaning in between a hermitage’s usage.

Guests can reserve a hermitage for a minimum of 2 days or pray on our grounds for just a few hours by calling or texting 636-475-3697. Come visit our holy oasis, pray the outdoor Stations of the Cross, or just sit and be refreshed and refocus on Christ’s heart during this difficult time.

*Donations for walking our grounds are welcome but not required

We also ask guests to maintain appropriate space from one another.

We are a bit more limited with time constraints and need to wait at least 24 hours in between the usage of a hermitage to try to ensure greater safety for our guests. We have set up some new criteria, but we are not a hospital or hotel. We still ask guests if they are willing to clean their hermitage and pray for the next person when they depart. Staff then go in 24 hours later and disinfect with bleach water. We do the best we can and you may choose to come here at your discretion.

We ask if you are willing to follow some new policies in place to try to ensure the safety of all those who visit our solitude.

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Do you need a time & place…

… for privacy and silence?

… for prayer and solitude?

… for renewal and serenity?

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Vision of Peace Hermitages offers a quiet setting, surrounded by nature… a unique place for you to slow down, catch your breath, and find that still small voice within you.

Just thirty minutes south of St. Louis lies a place of peace, serenity, and natural beauty… a convenient and ideal location for an individual or small group retreat.  

We invite you to explore this unique spiritual oasis.

“Be still… and know that I am God.”  – Ps. 46:10

Our Vision:

Vision of Peace Hermitages will provide an environment where individuals can encounter the Triune God.

Our Mission:

Vision of Peace Hermitages, a Catholic retreat center, offers hermits of all faiths a place where natural beauty, solitude, and simplicity provide a prayerful atmosphere in which hermits may encounter the living God